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    • Year in Review 2023

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2024)
      The Year in Review 2023 is a snapshot of some of the Marine Institute’s many highlights and achievements during a busy and productive year.
    • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 67, 2022

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2023)
      This report represents a continuation of the scientific aspects of the Annual Reports published by the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland, now integrated into the Fisheries Ecosystem Advisory Services Group (FEAS) of the Marine Institute. The data presented creates a unique record of fish rearing and wild fish census data for the past 50 years. This data is an essential component in the local, regional and national management of salmon, sea trout and eel and is becoming ever more valuable in the light of increasing pressures on natural stocks, such as exploitation, habitat degradation and global climate change scenarios. The fish monitoring facilities in Newport, along with the reared and ranched salmon stocks held in Burrishoole, are also essential for supporting projects such as development of novel enhancement techniques, alternative stocks and ranching and evaluation of interactions between farmed, ranched and wild strains. An expanding programme in the Burrishoole system is including ecological and genetics research into eel, sticklebacks and stock dynamics of juvenile salmonids and eels.
    • Annual Report 2022/Tuarascáil Bhliantúil 2022 (English and Irish/Bilingual versions)

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2023)
      The Marine Institute is the national agency for marine research, technology, development and innovation. It seeks to assess and realise the economic potential of Ireland’s marine resource, promote sustainable development of marine industry through strategic funding programmes and essential scientific services, as well as safeguard Ireland’s natural marine resource through research and environmental monitoring. Ireland has a marine area of approximately 880,000 km2 under the sea, which is over 10 times its land area, representing an enormous seabed and marine resource. The Marine Institute promotes the sustainable development of this vast resource through research, the application of new technologies and by providing credible science-based advice to industry, the Government and the EU.
    • Year in Review 2022

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2023)
      The Year in Review 2022 is a snapshot of some of the Marine Institute’s many highlights and achievements during a busy and productive year
    • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 66, 2021

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2022)
      This report represents a continuation of the scientific aspects of the Annual Reports published by the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland, now integrated into the Fisheries Ecosystem Advisory Services Group (FEAS) of the Marine Institute. The data presented creates a unique record of fish rearing and wild fish census data for the past 50 years. This data is an essential component in the local, regional and national management of salmon, sea trout and eel and is becoming ever more valuable in the light of increasing pressures on natural stocks, such as exploitation, habitat degradation and global climate change scenarios. The fish monitoring facilities in Newport, along with the reared and ranched salmon stocks held in Burrishoole, are also essential for supporting projects such as development of novel enhancement techniques, alternative stocks and ranching and evaluation of interactions between farmed, ranched and wild strains. An expanding programme in the Burrishoole system is including ecological and genetics research into eel, sticklebacks and stock dynamics of juvenile salmonids and eels.
    • Annual Report 2021/Tuarascáil Bhliantúil 2021 (English and Irish/Bilingual versions)

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2022)
      The Marine Institute is the national agency for marine research, technology, development and innovation. It seeks to assess and realise the economic potential of Ireland’s marine resource, promote sustainable development of marine industry through strategic funding programmes and essential scientific services, as well as safeguard Ireland’s natural marine resource through research and environmental monitoring. Ireland has a marine area of approximately 880,000 km2 under the sea, which is over 10 times its land area, representing an enormous seabed and marine resource. The Marine Institute promotes the sustainable development of this vast resource through research, the application of new technologies and by providing credible science-based advice to industry, the Government and the EU.
    • Year in Review 2021

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2022)
      The Year in Review 2021 is a snapshot of some of the Marine Institute’s many highlights and achievements during a busy and productive year
    • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 65, 2020

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2021)
      This report represents a continuation of the scientific aspects of the Annual Reports published by the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland, now integrated into the Fisheries Ecosystem Advisory Services Group (FEAS) of the Marine Institute. The data presented creates a unique record of fish rearing and wild fish census data for the past 49 years. This data is an essential component in the local, regional and national management of salmon, sea trout and eel and is becoming ever more valuable in the light of increasing pressures on natural stocks, such as exploitation, habitat degradation and global climate change scenarios. The fish monitoring facilities in Newport, along with the reared and ranched salmon stocks held in Burrishoole, are also essential for supporting projects such as development of novel enhancement techniques, alternative stocks and ranching and evaluation of interactions between farmed, ranched and wild strains. An expanding programme in the Burrishoole system is including ecological and genetics research into eel, sticklebacks and stock dynamics of juvenile salmonids and eels.
    • Year in Review 2020

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2021)
      This Year in Review 2020 is a snapshot of some of the Marine Institute's many highlights and achievements during an eventful year.
    • Tuarascáil Bhliantúil 2019

      Foras na Mara (Foras na Mara, 2021)
    • Annual Report 2019

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2021)
    • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 64, 2019

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2020)
    • Annual Report 2018 (Irish version)

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2020)
    • Annual Report 2018

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2020)
    • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 63, 2018

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2019)
    • Annual Report 2017 (Irish version)

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2019)
    • Annual Report 2017

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2019)
    • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 60, 2015

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2017)
      This report represents a continuation of the Annual Reports published by the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland, now integrated them into the Fisheries Ecosystem Advisory Services Group (FEAS)of the Marine Institute. The data presented creates a unique record of fish rearing and wild fish census data for the past 44 years. This data is an essential component in the local, regional and national management of salmon, sea trout and eel and is becoming ever more valuable in the light of increasing pressures on natural stocks, such as exploitation, habitat degradation and global climate change scenarios. The fish monitoring facilities in Newport, along with the reared and ranched salmon stocks held in Burrishoole, are also essential for the evaluation of novel enhancement techniques, alternative stocks and ranching and evaluation of interactions between farmed, ranched and wild strains.
    • Annual Report 2016 (Irish version)

      Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2017)